Innovation is a way of life for Hublot. Indeed, it is a key ingredient to the brand’s DNA as it never shies away from partnering with innovators, pioneers and game-changers in the world of sports.
Here is a selection of Hublot’s finest timepieces.
HUBLOT CLASSIC FUSION FERRARI GT 3D CARBON & HUBLOT CLASSIC FUSION FERRARI GT KING GOLD
Two worlds collide as Hublot collaborates with Ferrari’s Centro Stile (the brand’s in-house design group) to create a timepiece that combines elements of both a car and watch. This resulting fusion has every intention of showing an extremely innovative design that integrates the HUB1280 UNICO movement. A major departure from Hublot’s standard design language, it is encased within a 45mmwide and 13.15mm-thick case has a convex saucer-like case profile it appears larger than it actually is. Available in titanium, King Gold and special 3D carbon, only 2,000 pieces will be produced. This includes 1,000 pieces of the titanium model and 500 pieces each of the 3D Carbon and King Gold versions.
HUBLOT BIG BANG SCUDERIA FERRARI 90TH ANNIVERSARY SAPPHIRE
There is no future or victory without innovation. That saying holds true as Hublot seeks to push the boundaries of watchmaking with this commemorative timepiece that coincides with Scuderia Ferrari’s 90th birthday. This timepiece pays homage to the Prancing Horse’s rich history and heritage with a bezel cut in ceramic carbon, the very same materials used for Formula 1 brake discs. Available in three exclusive versions: Sapphire, Platinum and 3D Carbon, each is limited 90 pieces. Each of the three versions beares the three colours of Scuderia (yellow, red and black) on its borders, numbers and index. This 45mm piece houses Hublot’s famous UNICO movement, a flyback chronograph.
HUBLOT CLASSIC FUSION ORLINSKI TITANIUM & HUBLOT CLASSIC FUSION ORLINSKI KING GOLD ALTERNATIVE PAVE
Hublot together with Parisian sculptor Richard Orlinski attempt to push the limits of what is possible in a timepiece that combines art and horology. An intriguing play between light and dark flashes across the face of the watch as it bears Olinski’s signature edges and bevels. Though this dress-watch sized timepiece measures at 40mm with a thickness of 11.1, the mirror-like reflection on the dial’s surface makes the face appear much larger. Powering it is Hublot’s classic HUB1100 movement that has a power reserve of 42 hours. It is available in either a Titanium or King Gold case.
HUBLOT BIG BANG UNICO SANG BLEU II KING GOLD
The fusion of the arts and horology is realised in this collaboration between Sang Bleu’s Maxime Buchi and Hublot. The result is an authentic yet unique 45mm wide timepiece with a satin-finish and polished 18K King Gold body that uses bold geometrical shapes and a hexagonal bezel. It is fair to say that this watch is unlike anything Hublot has made before. The centrepiece is a unique dial that features a collage of geometric shapes on discs with each shape representing the hours, minutes and seconds. Within it, there is a HUB1213 Unico movement that offers a 72-hour power reserve.
HUBLOT SPIRIT OF BIG BANG TOURBILLON CARBON BLACK
Hublot has shown that it is not shy in using cutting-edge materials to make its timepieces standout. High-tech carbon fibre surrounds the 42mm case of the Spirit of Big Bang Tourbillon and it is also found within the bezel too. All this makes the watch light as a feather yet it is stronger than steel. A peek within will reveal the HUB6020 movement of this tourbillon, which has a power reserve of 115 Hours. The timepiece, limited to 100 pieces, is also water resistant to a maximum of 30m or 3ATM.